Eisenhower High School - Lance Yearbook (Russell, PA)
- Class of 1981
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Text from Pages 1 - 200 of the 1981 volume:
KARA NADAL - EDITOR BARB CONFER - ADVISOR EISENHOWER HIGH SCHOOL RUSSELL, PENNSYLVANIAPRINCIPA ASSISTA SCHOOL FACULTY SENLORS JUNLORS
FRESHMEN EIGHTH G1 SEVENTH ACTIVITIES SPORTS
143A helping hand A ready smile A job well done-The "extra Mile"
She walked for us In service true-For all you goodness -We thank you-
Dedicated to Doris Kellogg who served the staff and the students of E.H.S. with loyal dedication, maximum effort, and unequalled proficiency through her work in the Guidence Office. Happy Retirement Mrs. Kellogg- You sure earned it after putting up with us !
You were a friend, to those around
You smiled, you laughed, when you were down
For those who knew you, we really care
The times of fun, we often shared
So very suddenly you were gone
But the memories of you will go on on . . .
Sandy SavkoFACULTY AND STAFFPRINCIPAL
The school year 1980-1981 has been a very good one. I contribute this to the senior class exhibiting leadership.
You have had many experiences during your six years at E.H.S. You have weathered the difficult times, have enjoyed yourself and learned more than enough to be graduated. If you have taken advantage of the opportunities, you are prepared to meet your future.
I experience mixed emotions with graduation because I am sad and I am happy. I am sad because I am losing friends and happy with the milestone you have reached, graduation.
May you attain your goals, experience success and happiness in all your endeavors. Thank you for sharing a part of your life with me. I am proud of you and your accomplishment. Best wishes, good luck, and may you be blessed with greatness.
Respectfully, John M. NeeseASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
MR. JOHN H. SECHRIESTWARREN COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION
Seated (left to right):John E. Binney, Superintendent of Schools, David W. Swanson, President of the Board, Joseph A. Massa, Jr., Solicitor, Mrs. Carolyn D. Anderson, Secretary Standing (left to right): Karl H. Hoffmann, Mrs. Mary Ann Rogers, Donald D. Martin. Barbara Tubbs, John L. Donaldson, Mrs. Janet Anderson, Bernard J. Hessley Absent: Alfred Rau
8Miss Bev Abbott Social Studies 8 12 Cheerleading Advisor
Mr. Jack Adams Geometry Logic Math 10
Assistant Girl's Basketball Coach
Mr. Ken Bakewell Social Studies 7 11 Oriental Studies Jr. High Wrestling Jr. High Football
Mr. Par Black
Girl's Basketball Coach
Girl's Softball Coach
Student Council Advisor
9Mr. John Brunecz Math 7 9 Algebra I Geometry Calculus
Basketball Coach Senior Class Advisor
Miss Barb Confer English 8 9 Reading 8 Yearbook Advisor
Mr. Bob Carberry Biology Science 7
Mr. Dennis Engstrom Communications Sports Lit.
Mr. Ray Carey Agricultural Science 7-12 Welding FFA Advisor
Mr. Tom Firth Phys. Ed. Hunter Safety Health 12
Miss Cindy Fraley
Office Practice and Experience
Shorthand 1 II
Theatre Arts Advisor
Mr. Ted Hedman Art I. II, III, IV
Mr. Robert Glarner Jr. High Guidance Counselor
Mr. Jerry Hoffman Math 8 10 Algebra II Science 9
Girl’s Track Coach
Mr. Ron Hankey Power Mechanics Electronics I Shop
Mr. -too Kirkpatrick Learning Lab
nMr. Harris Lanzel Jr. Band Sr. Band
Music Appreciation Advisor to all band groups
Mr. Henry Kutschke German 8
German I, II, III, IV Social Studies 10 Post World War II Current World Problems National Honor Society Advisor
Mr. John Lassinger Math Coordinator Math 7 Computations
Mrs. Barb Lamping English 10 ■ 12
Mr. Joe Letko Phys. Ed.
Health 9 Wrestling Coach
12Miss Mary Ann Lutton Typing
Introduction to Business Business Math
Miss Patti Nason Home Ec.
Crafts Sewing Cheerleading Advisor
13Mr. Bill Redin Science 9
Mr. Dick Ritter Biology
Advanced Biology Applied Science I 11 Ecology Lab.
Miss Eileen Reitz
King's Kids Advisor
Mrs. Faye Rouse Phys. Ed.
14Mr. Mike Schultz French
English 10 12 Newspaper Advisor
Mrs. Charlotte Siefert Home Ec.
Mr. Saul Shepler
Mr. Bill Snyder Science 7 Science Survey
Mr. Bill Sherwood Science 8 Science Survey
Mr. Brad Stanton Reading 7 8 Sophomore Class Advisor
15Mr. Carl Stroup Bookkeeping
Mrs. Cindy Walker Spanish
Miss Martha Taydus English 8 11
Mr. James Wilkins Senior High Guidance Counselor Football Coach
Miss Linda Vinton Math 9
Computer Programming Algebra I
Mr. William Wilson Social Studies 8 11 Sociology
Jr. High Basketball
16Mrs. Mary Woodward English 9 11 Junior Class Advisor
Mr. Ron Dunbar Social Studies 10 12
Mrs. Lynne Wiltsie English 9 11
Mrs. Valerie Craker Secretary
Miss Paula Dell English 7 Reading 8
Freshmen Class Advisor Assistant Girl's Track Coach
Mrs. Doris Kellogg Guidance Office Secretary
Agnes McFarland Rose Christianson Geniveve Bloomgren Ellen Hitchcock Bette Irwin Beverly Repine Laurel Calimeri Sandra Anderson
Mrs. Jan Wilcox Aide
Randy Carlson Gail Anderson Phil Dyke Gerry Lyle Tom Burroughs Delores Pannell Audrey Kline
Though we have grumbled and complained More times than we can tell
About tough days here at school,
It's hard to say farewell
Our classes oft were troublesome;
Our homework oft a chore,
And there were days when we thought We could take nothing more
And there were nights when we dreamed of Our home and jolly friends;
We would have given anything
To have our school days end
Yes, we looked forward to the time
When we should graduate And longed with greatest eagerness
For the ecstatic date
And now that day has
come at last-
Now we should shout
But gosh, the tears
flow from our eyes;
We wish we could stay here!
Wendy PetersonWayne Carlson
Days of youth are school, homework, and friends
Sirring in class listening to the teacher The bell rings and people get up to go Passing through the halls we stop to say "Hi"
There is such a short time to talk to friends Year after year the same ol’ thing is done Until one day it's not done anymore As you walk to receive your diploma You think of all the years that have gone by
Voices of yesterday, crys, cheers and song You look back and a tear comes to your eye A lone ringing bell echos down the hall
25Love does not consist in gazing at each other but in looking outward together in the same direction.
Antoine De Saint
There are so many times God, when you seem remote, even a little unreal. And yet know in my heart that you are near to me, near as the petals to the flowers, as music to the strings. I know that you care, that you love me— that you love me with an everlasting love.
Katherine Nelson Davis
Whatever else a friend may be, she is never a bore to her friend. You like her because she is she and you are you.
Jessamyn West I
I could love you with tears and laughter in places where the trees touch sun and all the beasts are tame. I could if I could find you. If I knew your name.
Tammy JonesRainbows of friendship color our days with a happiness that never seems to fade.
They curve far beyond the horizon of here and now... but the treasure is at this end!
The Quality of Friendship
The quality of friendship, unlike that of mercy, is continually being strained. But it is the essence of friendship that it can stand the strain. Friendship is like love at its best: not blind but sympathetically all-seeing: a support which does not wait for understanding; an act of faith which does not need, but always has, reason.
The sun beams that dance on the meadow,
The fragrance that floats on the breeze,
The flowers that bloom on the hillside,
The robins that sing in the trees . . .
The fresh morning dew on the clover,
The colors that bright rainbows blend,
The beauties and splendors of springtime-Like these is the love of a friend.
Gloria T. Dorian
Amy Matthews Melissa Mattison
Christine McKinney Cindy McMillen
Timothy NewarkOpen Your Eyes
Open your eyes chat you may see The beauty that around you lies,
The misty loveliness of the dawn,
The glowing colors of the skies;
The child's bright eager eyes of blue,
The gnarled and wrinkled face of age.
The bird with crimson on his wing
Whose spirit never knew a cage;
The roadsids' blooming goldenrod So brave through summer's wind and hear,
The brook that rushes to the sea With courage that naught may defeat.
Open your eyes that you see
The wonder that around you lies;
It will enrich your every day
And make you glad and kind and wise.
Emma Boge Whise nand
Sandra SavkoKathie Schmitt
The Four-Leaf Clover
I know a place where the sun is like gold,
And the cherry blooms burst like snow;
And down underneath is the loveliest nook, Where the four-leaf clovers grow.
But you must have faith and you must have hope,
You must love and be strong, and so If you work, if you wait, you will find the place
Where the four-leaf clovers grow.
I Shall Not Pass This Way Again
Through this toilsome world, alas!
Once and only once I pass;
If a kindness I may show,
If a good deed I may do
To a suffering fellow man,
Let me do it while I can.
No delay, for it is plain
I shall not pass this way again.
We shall do as much in the years to come,
But what have we done to-day?
We shall give out gold in princely sum,
But what did we give to-day?
We shall lift the heart and dry the tear,
We shall plant a hope in the place of fear,
We shall speak with words of love and cheer,
But what have we done to-day?
We shall be so kind in the after while,
But what have we been to-day?
We shall bring to each But what have we brought to-day?
And to steadfast faith a deeper worth,
We shall feed the hungering souls of earth,
But whom have we fed to-day?
Cynthia Van Ord
Cynthia Van Ord
Having enjoyed the friendship of many people in many places for many years ... I have learned that in the main, people are as we choose to find them; that reason can overcome prejudice; that knowledge can overcome ignorance; that love can overcome hate; that goodness can conquer evil.
From quiet homes and first beginnings.
Out to the undiscovered ends.
There's nothing worth the wear of winning,
Bur laughter and the love of friends.
Friendship is the positive and unalterable choice of a person whom we have singled out for qualities that we admire.
One of the very pleasant things about friendship . . . the do-you-remember moments.
Barry Van Ord
Randy Van Ord
The following names are those seniors who did not turn in a proof.
Dave Decker Howard Easton George Hamilton Bonnie Jones Heather Legere
Karen Marsh Charles McMillen Jeffrey Osborne William Way
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Kimberly Lou Anderson 11- 27- 63
Mr Mid Mrs. V. E. Anderson Cosmetology School in Virginia Bench To travel around the world. And see life as it is. Basketball 9-11 Softball 9-12 twspaper Secretary II
Kerry Kathleen Atkinson §4-29-63
and Gloria Atkinson "o be an interpreter and travel To find an enjoyable job and settle down. Guidcnce Office Aide 11 and 12 Squire Staff-typist reporter 12
David A. Baran heave
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Baran College To be a AI D.
Track 7-9 Football 9
Wrestling 7-12 J
Freshman class Vice President Student Council 7-12
Douglas S. Benedict "L 11-19-62
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Benedict
1J Graduate from Lottsville A. I
2) Become President of America
3) Universal Omnipotence Football 10-12 Basketball 7-12
Student Council 7-12 Vice President 12 Freshman Class President Junior class Vice President Honor Society 11-12 Photography club 7 Weight lifting 10-12 Ballet 11-12 Choir 11-12
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin W. Brown
College, travel ftforth America, see%F.urope, and meet other people.
Do the right things, be a good person, make lots of money, and live happily ever after.
Yearbook 12 Junior Prom committee
Vicki A. Burch 11-26-63
Donald and Genevieve Burch Undecided
Drum major 12, Field captain 11, Marching Band 8-12, Concert Band 7-12, Sr. band librarian 8, Girls basketball 7, Bowling 10-12, G.A .A. 7
Patricia Anne Burd "Patty" 8-13-63
Bill and Connie Burd To be an accountant.
To make it through college. Marching Band 8-12, Jr. Concen Band 7-8. Sr. Concert Band 9-1 Pep Club 7, Jr. National
Honor Society ll-12.fr.
Vice President 8,
Society Vice ffratball 7-10, 12 Basketball 7-8
Treasurer of the 7th grade Student Council 7-10
Karen Marie Carlson "Karen 1-28-63
Ronald and Alice Carlson College
To travel around the world and gain I meet.
G.A.A. 7, National Honor
!'edge from the people
Society 9-12, Senior Conce Theatre Arts 10-Student Council
isurer 12, n Stand, 12,
Kent Michael Carlson "Kent " 1-28-63
Ronald and College
cars and make as muci
Jill Marie Christensen 3-29-63
Mr. and Mrs. John 1. Christ Cosmetology School To live an exciting life and not get married until I'm eighty yt old. 1 Gym aide
Yearbook 12 Jr. Prom Committee
Wayne Douglas Carlson "Weiner"
James and Nancy Carlson Technical School Jr Band 7-8, Sr. Band 9,
F.F.A. 10- 12
Rush George Chapman III "Rusty "
Mr. and Mrs. Rush G. Chapman Jr.
To work and get married and get rich and live to and .......
To live past tomorrow everyday.
Football 8-10, 12 Wrestling 10-11
Deanna Kay Chase "Dee"
Mr and Mrs. Alton G. Chase Work
Crystal Ann Clark 12
Mr and Mrs. Bruce Clark College - Social Sciences To fulfill in i dreams and to rnaki to live in.
Marching Band 8-12 Band Front Commander 9-12 Jr Choir 7.9. Sr. Choir 10-12 Jr. Choir President. 9.
Sr. Choir Treasurer 11,
Sr. Choir Vice President 12,
Theatre Arts 9-10
Jody Lynne Crosby Joe"
Mr. and Mrs. I.ee Crosby Accountant
To live a fantastic life and to rise in this world. National Honor Society,
Library Aides 7-8,
Office Aide 11, be 100 and and Bowling 9-12,
Theatre Arts 11-12
Tracy Lee Custer 3-3-62
Melvin and Kathleen Custer Undecided
To be able to find something to do after I gri succeed at whatever it is, to be happy.
flaniel Lynn Gage "Window Pane"
play rock and roll j,
play rock and roll with Craig in front of 60,000 fans.
toberr M. Gray "Bdbf 9-■'9-63 3?
ce and when I get out, to own a Aft. and Mrs. Robert V. Gray
To be a Nascar Driver, Truckdriver. or machinist To own more camaros and Firebirds then I do now. Vo-Tech 10-12, PljjbtO club 8
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wn a corvette, mi nd 7-8, Basketball 7. nd 9-12. Squire Staff 11 book Staff 11.
Marching Band 8-12,
'onor Society 11-12
Track 8. YearbooK 12, Junior Prom Committee
Ellen M. Falconer tllen 1-3-64
Edwin and Carrie Falconer
To be a chef and go to college in Texas.
To life as much as I can, and then relax and get married.
Pegi Marie Filiarrault ' Pegi"
Mr. and Mrs. John Filiatrault Travel
Live a happy and successful life and shrink five inches. F.B.L.A. 10, Softball 12,
Volleyball 12, Track 9,
Basketball 9, Squire 9, 10-12 Library Aide 10, 12 Applied Science Aide 12 co Lab Aide 12, G.A.A. 7,
Let ball Manager 11
Christine Jane Frederick "Fred "
Mr. and Mrs. P D Frederick Jr.
To live life as it comes, f ffary Aide 12
Maria Louis Greenamyer "Best popcicle tush" 4-24- 63
Mrs. Deanne lletri Have fun in life!
Jr Choir 7-9. Get Smart 7,
Pep Club 7. Cheerleading Captain, JV. 10, Varsity 12,
Jr. HignCheerleadmgS o 10,
Varsity 11-12, The Hobbit 9,
Freshman Attendant for the Homecoming, Sophomore Snowball Attendent,
Sr. Choir 10-12, Sr. Choir Secretary 11-12,
Jr. Choir President 9, Track 10,
Volleyball Scorekeeper 11,
National Honor Society 11-12,
Student Council 10-12,
Reading Aide 10-12
Catherine Ann Gregory
Air. and Mrs. Jack Gregory College
Jr Band 7-8, Sr Band 9-12,
Sr. Choir 11-12. Squire 12. Yearbook 9-10, Jr. G.A.A 7-8
Bowling 12,- Volleyball 12. Student Council. Marching
Band 8-12. Madricals 12, f Prom Committee, Sr. Choir '.ihraijar 12
4WFT Rohg mHamilron Jr. George
ny Denardi 7? tuvel trour the world. |
To live 'n Alaska and Farm the land, basketball 8. 10-72
lona Annette Hanson "Mori b26-63
llryce and Isabelle Hanson To own a corvette and go to Hawaii, basketball 9-12. President
and Co-Capram, Tenth grade Homecoming Attendent. Eleventh grade Homecoming Attendent.
Senior Homecoming Qu
Craig earner not,,nsun iaa
Joe! and Linda Hockinson Undecided Be rich and successful.
Chris David Holt "Speed"
Mr. and Mrs. Ray D. Holt ..
Graduate and go live in a cave far away from people. Create disorder in e Jr. National Honor Society, Jr. High Basketball. J. V. and Varsity Football, Volleyball
Marching Band 8-12, President 1
National Honor Society President 12, Jr Band Sr. Band 9-12, Trai letter, Sr. Choir 12
Debra Annette Jackson 2-19-63 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson College
To succeed in life and live my life to the fullest. National Honor Society 11-12 E.H.S. Girls’ Bowling 10-12
Squire Staff 12 v
Senior Concession Stand
Dawn L. jd
9-12-63O Robert V. and Colorado-ci To go out, mistakes,
F B I A. 10,
Snowbal Attendent 8
Thomas L. Hornstrom 9-14-63
Car! V. and Christa M. Hornstrom College ,
Get a good job, get married, raise a nice family « the country somewhere.
out get what w. j.
'ant our of life.
Bonny Jean Jones "Bunny"
Mr and Mrs I U Jones
College or Trade School
To have Stephen King dedicate a book to me.
F.B.L.A., G.A.A., Vj
■ s I
Tammy Sue Jones. "Tammy" j 12-18-62
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn1 Jones College-Major in Chemistry Bowling 7, Jr. Choir 7-9 Sr. Choir 10-12,
Kings Kid 10-12,
Theatre Arts 12
Kathleen Kurry Keppel "Kep" 70-13-6 Jim and
College for Medical SecretaryWind Ensem Marching Ba Field Capt.nr Drum Ma or National Hoi 11-12
Eric M. Lindell "Eric'
Mr. and Airs. Roy Lindell Trade School
To shoot the number 1 whitetail Football ’-9 Wrestling 7-It)
Volleyball 11-12 Soccer 10-12 '
Have five Gold records, and a Pink Corvette with psychedelic head lights
Jr. Choir 7-9, St. Choir 10-12 Bowling 10-12, Guidence Office Aide 11-12, Press Club 12,
Choir Officer 12
Penny Lynne Koher "P.K."
Gary and Beryl Kohler To attend Photography School.
To become a famous photographer and tour Porche.
Track 9-10, Basketball 11,
jr. Prom, Guidence Office 11-12
Softball 11-12, Student Council 9
Craig William Lassinger "Craig"
Mr. and Mrs. John Lassinger College and Rocky Mountains
To wipe out the oil companies and get this world back on its' feet.
Jr. Band 7-8, Sr. Band 9-12 Stage Band II 7-9, Stage Band I 10-12, Jr. District Band 9, ft Marching Band 8-12, Sr. Choir 12 Madrical 12, District Choir 12 Honor Society 11-12
Rodney Lewis Larson "Rod" 7-13-63
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Larson College
To achieve power.
Jr. Band 7-8, Sr, Band 9-12
Wendy Kayelle Levinson 4-3-63
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Levinson
( 01 I eg t
To be happy and to succeed in Vice President 7,J Secretary 9,
Jr. Band 7-8.
Sr. Band 9-12.
Annette Lynn Martin "Netty bug"
Mr. and Mrs. William B. McKee
To be a Spanish Translates
To get married, have two kids and be rich.
Amy Sue Matthews "Matt "
Mr. and Mrs. William Matthews Stewardess
To shave my legs without a scratch.
G.A.A. 7-8, Basketball 8,
J.V. Cheerleader, Football,
Boys Basketball, and Wrestling 10-11, Varsity Cheerleader,
Football, Girls Basketball, and Boys Basketball,
Maria de los Angeles Mature "Mayita" 10-6-62
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Craker
Christine Lynn McKinney Kinney-Me" 3-3-63 Jgf
Frederick and Shirley McKinney
College and to be as happy as I can.
To live life to it's fullest and enjoy myself doing it.
Choir 7-12, Treasurer 12
National Honor Society
11-12. National Honor
Society Secretary, 12
Office aide 11-12
Charles M. McMillen "Charlie "
John and Wilma McMillen Get a good job.
To make the best of it.
Cindy Lou McMillen "J.D."
Glen E. McMillen Live in Alaska with Bob Scger.
To get Mr. Hedman a new sweater. Yearb x)k 9-11, F.B.L.A19,
James Gregg Meleen Jim Bob”
Stanly and Gladis Meleep To live in Alaska.
Duane E. Merkle "Merk
Donald E. and Pat Merkle Garage Mechanic Buy my own Garage find make some money. Bowling 8, Concern Ba A ’
Stage Band 7-11, Nfarc H
Pep Band 7
John Patrick Morton
Mr. and Mrs. George Monon To be a farmer.
Wrestling. 7 - 8. Jr. High,
9- 12 Varsity, Football 9
Kara Lyn Nadal "Kara"
4- 7 63
Mrs. Lynne A. Wiltsie Undecided
To live, laugh, love, and learn.
Gymnastics Club 7, Basketball 7,
Junior Band 7-8. pin. Senior Band.
9- 10, Marching Band 8-10 letter, pin.
Pep band 7, Pep Club 7, Student Council 8-12, Track 9, Yearbook 9-12, Underclassmen editor 11, Senior Co-Editor 12, Co-Edit or 12,
Girl's Basketball Statist it ion 11-12,
Wrestling Statisticion 10, Varsity
Scorekeeper 11-12, j
Jr. Prom Cealing Committee
Tim L. Newark "Tinker"
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Newark
To become a pilot in the Airforce.
John Allen Nuttall
Mr. and Mrs Harold Nuttall o become a Conservation Technitioi To get rich quick and retire young.
Jr. Band. Sr. Band, Stage Band I,
Stage Band II, Bowling 8, 9, 1
Mr. Phil Nystrom and Carol To hit every bar in the U.S.!
Wrestling 10-12. Football 9,
Rhonda Jean O’Donnell "Rhode "
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald 1) Donnell To be a successful airline-stewardess, or a To travel all around the world and live wling 10-11, G.A A. 7,
II 7-8, Gyrmclub 8,
Student Council 7-9,
•xecutive secretary, ill, happy life.
ICheerleading 8-12, F.B.L.A. 11,
Track 7-8, 12, Volleyball 11-12,
Press Club 11
Jeff Paul Osborne "Ozzy"
Gerald and Velma Osborne Draftsman
To join the Airforce and learn to fly, also Wrestling 9-12, Track.
Karen Sue Parker Porker"
Ann and Bruce Miller To live my life to its' fullest.
To get married and raise a family. Bowling 10. Jr. Choir 9,
Sr. Choir 10 .
Vickie I-ynh ‘ Peck Vick
lO-i-63 IhyB —-
Mr. and Mrs. William Peck To go to a 2 year college.
Onn a Boutique.
Theatre Arts 11-12,
Yearbook 12, Falculty Editork Girls Basketball 12,
Office Worker 11,
Sr. Concession Stand 12,
Catherine M. Perkins
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Perkins Marriage and happiness with Chris.
To be the owner of all the McDonalds in the world. Cheerleading Mascot 10, 12.1 Student Council 8-9, 11-12,
Jr. Class Treasurer. Sr. Class Vice President. Theatre Arts Treasurer 8-12. Track Scorekeeper 9,
Track 10, Yearbook 12. Class Ring Committee 9-10, Theatre Arts Make-up Committee 8, 10-12,
The Oblong Circle 11,
Miracle Worker 9, The
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Sherry Ellen Peterson "Pete
Mr. and Mrs. Wiiha in Peterson To attend Secretarial School. Be happily marrie, with my husband easch day as it comes.
To live and be Happy with the man I love. Jr. Choir 7-9.
Sr. Choir 10-12,
Bowling 10-12 Band front 11
Wendy Lee Peterson 3-28-63
John and Deanna Peterson
Ge jon usnana' a n J onamoney Sky dive in Arizona, Hang glide in Kentucky, surf in Hawaii, and cliff dive in Alcopulco!
Girls Bowling 7-12, G.A.A. 7 Theatre Arts 9, Hobbitt.
Basketball 10, Softball 9-12,
Yearbook 10-12, Sophomore
class Treasurer, Jr. Prom
Commkteem. Student Council 7-8, 10 . j
Karen Yvonne Rapp "Rappie"
James and Marilyn Rapp Attend Grove City College.
My goal is to be worthy in my "Daddy 's" eyes to be his kid. Jr. Band 7-8, Sr. Band 9-12,
Jr. District Band 8-9, '
Jr. District Orchestra 8-9,
District Orchestra 10, Marching Band 8-12, Stage Band I 8. Stage Band II 9-12, Jr. Band President 8. Marching Band Vice President 11, Squire Staff 11,
Sr, Choir 11-12, Madricals 12,
Kings Kids 8-12. Honor Society 12,
Theatre Arts 12, Cult of "Godspell" 11,
Eighth grade class Secretary
Barry Neal Resh "Blitzed"
Imh29-63 Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Resh College
To die a rich man, nor only in wealth but in risdom.
Kristy Ellen Rodencal 9-1-6}
Linda and Meric Rodencal Getting married and going to college To be successful and happy.
Track 10, Cheerleader 12,
Football, co-captain for Wrestling, Key Club 11,
Choir 10-11, Orchestra 10,
Madricals 10, Prom Committee
Band, Jr.. Sr., Marching, letter
President 12, Track 9
Sandra Dee Savko "Sam"
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Savko Sr.
College .A ' Marry Mickey Mouse. To Becon
G.A.A. 7, Cheerleading J.V. 10-11, Varsity FootballiCo-Captain 12,
Jr. National Honor Society 9, National Honor Society 11-12, Student Council s-12, ,
Yearbook 10 12, Class officer Secretary 9-10, President 11-12
Kathleen Marie Schmitt "Kathy"
Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Schmitt Go to college and get a job afterwards.1 To be a secretary.
Mary Catherine Schmitt "Mary" 5-8-63
Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Schmitt Attend College for Medical Secretary. To succeed in all I Attempt.
Steven N. Schnars 9-13-63
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schnars To block Kariem Abdul-Jabbars". the Boston Celtics, to win the Fir
the first woman Presi-
Lori Ann Schumann "Shoey "
Mrs. Mary Lou Schumann Em -r.—
To enjoy life, make anyway I can, be happy and smile. Have a huge house with more than one bathroom two or more blow driers, and a nice looking, fast, car Track 9, Junior Choir 7-9, Senior Choir 10-12,
Squire Staff 12.
Band front 9-10
Sheri Lynn Sherrerd "Sher"
Ronald and Bonnie Sherrerd
Love and be happy for a change.
Being able to accept mvseif for what I am and learning co accept
others as they are
train and raise horses, own a ranee in Texas.
Brenda Ann Smith 963
odney and Delotsi
Gordon S. Smith 6-P 63
MrL and Mrs Robert D. Smith
To be a farmer.
Scott Randell Smith "Scott"
Randy and Lou Smith To be Machinest or go in the service.
To become rich and enjoy life. Bowling, Vo-tech
hook While playing forTo get a job and travel.
To get married.
Choir 7, Theatre Arts 9,
Track 1(L Basketball Star isn't ion 11 Manager 12. Softball 11-12
Robert r ..
To have a horte ranch.
To make the best better and to make everyone happy.
Band 7-9 j (
•Benjamin Jay Spicer "Ben"
Mr. and Mrs. fra nets Spicer College-Music Career
To make it as a Christian Vocalist and still be humble. — If you think you can't and if you think you can you’re right. Marching Band 9-12. Secretary 10-12, letter, jacket. Sr. Band 9-12.
A Wind Ensemble 10-12. Stage Band II 10.
Jr Band 7-8, Sr. Choir 11-12, President.
Madrigals 11-12, District and Regional Choir. Kings Kids 10-12. Secretary 11,
Sophomore class Vice President,
Theatre Arts 7-12. M A S H. "Cheaper by the Dozen", "The Hobbit ", "Miracle Worker". "Arms and the Man", "Godspell".
Honor Society 11-12, Track 8,
Christopher Allen Springer "Spring"
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Springer To travel and settle down with Cathy.
To travel and live a successful life.
Concert Band 7-11 Marching Band 9-11,
American League Baseball 11,
Robert F. Stanton "Rob"
Mr. and Mrs. Fredric Stanton To work.
To make money.
Basketball 7-8, 12, Marching Band 9-12,
Stage Band 9-12, Jr. Band 7-8,
Sr. Band 9-12
Tracy Jay Stanton "Trace "
Gerald Bernard Stanton Professional Forest Fire Fighter.
To Become Independently Wealthy by the age of 21. Wrestling 7-9, Science Club 7
Mr. and Mrs.
To beat Dr. J. in one on one. Football 7-10, Basketball 7-12, letter 12, Track 9-12. Bowling 12, Squire Staff 9, 12
Brian Scott Thomas "Tom-Tom"
Raymond A and MarvAnn Thomas
Die young and Build a Hot-Rod. ■Ht'Jjj
To be able to build, afford, and maintain a nice Hot-Rod,
Vo-tech- Auto Mechanics
Barry Todd VanOrd "Ding"
fir. Donald VanOrd S ■
To Become a Mountain man and live in thelfarout reaches of the Canadian Rockies.
Football 7-12, k
Wrestling 7.-J2, A vdent Council 10-12 1
College, Music Education Major.
To play Flute Professionally.
Jr. Band 7-8, Sr. Band 9-12,
A Wind Ensemble 10-12, |
Marching Band 8-if Choir 12,
Track 7-9, Band Librarian 9, 11-12,
Sr. District Band 9. District Orchestra 10-11, Regional Orchestra 10,
Cynthia Louise Van.ynrhia Sue Walker 2-6-63
Ruby Walker Bartender, Constructioi To be free!!!
Volleyball 10, Softi
Ronald Jeffery Williams "RJ."
Mr and Mrs.yRonald M. Williams To Beat Don Johnson in the Showboat Invitational. , Cross Country 9-10,
Basketball 7-12, Volleyball 12,
Bowling 8-12, Track 9-10,
Michelle Ann Wilson "Shelley"
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilson Business College
To become Goofy at Disney land and own a stive, with a T-top roof and a eagle on the hhod.
Softball 9-12, Bowling 10-12,
Marching Band 8-12, Band front 9-12, letter, pin, Rifle, Seargent 12, 91 Jr. Band 7-8, pin Sr Band 9-12,
from Committee Chairman UJC: ,
Student Council 12, Summer Softball 6-12
Craig Allen Youngberg "Craig"
Mr. and Mrs. William C. YoungbetgM To put Franco Harris out of the game!!!! Football 8- 12. Letters 10-12, [ Basketball 7-5
Terrie Lee Zuck Zuck"
Laura Lee Zuck To work.
To work hard all my life.
Sewing Home- ec..
Melissa Lynn Mattison "Miss-eye" 0-19.-63
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce HighHouse College ■;
To live Sleepy"'of the seven dwarfs. Band 8-9, Band Front 9, Track 9-10, letter, Basketball 10-12i 2 letters, Tn-Captain 12, J.V. CheerleaHtng 10, Varsity Cheerleading 11-14, J
All-Star M.ILPM2, Sr. Band Secretary Jod-eye"
9 jodell Lyni Yt
11-9-63 Mr. and Collegi
id Mrs. Gary Rowley
To be successful, always feel and look young, to live ( (. the fullest, and jo commitments. 7 ■
Track 7-12, Softball 9-12. Basketball 10112, Co-Captain,
Cheerleading 7-11, JtV. Co- Captain, Varsity Co-Captain, Theatre Arts 7-9, Student Council 7-12, Football 9-12
AOnce upon a time, in the land of Hush-A-Bye,
Around about the wonderous days of yore,
I came across a sort of box, bound up with chains and locked with locks,
And labeled .... "Kindly do not touch, it's WAR .... "
A decree was issued round about, all witha flourish and a shout,
A gaily colored mascot tripping lightly on before ....
"Don't fiddle with this deadly box, or break the chains, or pick the locks,
And........please.......don't ever play about with War . "
Well, the children understood; children happen to be good;
They were just as good around the times of yore ....
They didn't try to pick the locks or break into that deadly box,
They never tried to play around with War.
The mommies didn't either; sisters, aunts or grannies neither;
They were quiet, and sweet, and pretty in the wonderous days of yore ....
Well, very much the same as now, not the ones to blame somehow For opening up that deadly box of War.
But someone did .... someone battered in the lid And spilled the insides out about the floor ....
A sort of bouncy, bumpy ball made up of guns and flags and all The tears, and horror, and death that goes with War ....
It bound right out and went bashing all about And went bumping into everything in store ....
And what was sad and most unfair is that it didn’t seem to care Much who it bumped, or why, or what or for ....
It bumped the children mainly, and I’ll tell you this quite plainly,
It bumps them every day, and more .... and more ....
And leaves them dead, and burned, and Dying,
Thousands of them, sick and crying,
Cause when it bumps . ... it's really very sore.
Now there's a way to stop the ball; it isn’t difficult at all All it takes is wisdom, and I’m absolutely sure That we could get it back into the box
And bind the chains and lock the locks . . . But no one seems to want to save the children anymore. Well, that’s the way it all appears. It's been bouncing round for years and years,
In spite of all the wisdom wizzed since those wonderous days of yore,
And the time they came across the box
Bound up with chains and locked with locks
And labeled .... "Kindly do not touch .... It's War .... ”
POEMS, PRA YERS AND PROMISES JOHN DENVER POEM BY: LASCALLESMOST
Cindy VanOrd Ben Spicer
Rhonda O'Donnell Dave Nystrom
Marie Greenamyer Barry VanOrd
Ben Spicer Sandy SavkoRon Campbell Dawn Johnson
Sandy Savko Mark Donaldson
Tom Hornstrom Penny Koehler
Cindy VanOrd Doug Hedman
Ron Campbell Sandy SavkoBIGGEST
Barry VanOrd Rhonda O'Donnell
Todd Onink Jody Youker
Sandy Savko Mark Donaldson
Chris Holt Michelle BaileyMOST
Rusty Chapman Ellen Ellis Frank Stroker Pegi Filiatraulr
Barry Resh Wendy Peterson
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Doug Benedict Karen CarlsonPRETTIEST
Mona Hanson Dale Morgan
Val Elder Craig Hockinson
Ben Spicer Marie Greenamyer
Fred BaranGene Carlson
Al De Remer
Lisa CrakerMike Falconer
Jerry FascianoTammy Frank
John Gregory72Dave Johnson
+ Mary Pasquarette
Lenny RielSandy Rupczyk
Hope Van Guilder
Barb Van Houten78Holly Wilson
Renee DunbarDiane Foxx
Kathy Hanson Jed Hedlund
Vicki Healy Shelley Hedman
85Tina Lyon Todd Matthews
Bill Me Kendree
Julie Nutull PM Nystrom
Larry R eagle
Dawn WilliamsTammy Wilson
Laurie Youngberg92UNDERCLASSMENTerry Anthony Mark Baron
Julie Bartko Tammy Battko
Brenda Beedle Dean Benedict
Nancy Biekarck Jude Bilafer
Lori Brecht Lori Brooker
Terri Brown Lucinda Cable
Party Campbell Jerald Carlson
Melissa Carlson Chris Casteel
Darren Chase Donna Chase
Ted Christenson Deena Clark
Frank Concoby Lisa Courtney
Marianne Curtis Walter Decker
Karen DeRemer Charise Driscoll
Tammy Elliott Dave Enos
FRESHMEN CLASSNorman Enos
AnnaMae Gray Becky Gourley
Terri Hal big Brian Hall
Troy Hazeltine Julie Himes
Dwayne Hollabaugh Steve Holt
Betty Jayne Irwin Darren Jackson
Dot Johnson Lenny Johnson
Tracey Johnson Tim Jones
Wendy Jordan Randy Kane
Jim Keller Diane Kelley
Norman Kenney Dave Kilbury
95Tom Knapp Kevin Knopf
Theresa Kramer Julie Kujava
Bill Lank Bryan Larson
Robert Larson Emily Lauffenburger
Robert Lewis Mike McConnell
Steve Machemer Cindy Marsh
Becky May Danny McMillen
John McNutt Alan Merkle
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%Suzanne Peck Cindy Persing
Frank Peterson Jon Phillips
Lea Provins Amy Putnam
Chuck Roberts Marcia Robeson
Dawna Ropp Bev Rowley
Laurie Rowley Theresa Rutsky
Terrie Slater David Smith
Kim SpicerDavid Spink
i Burr Stanton
Brent Thompson Joan Staswoiski
Mike Wilcox .
David Sterling ,j
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Meretta Cable Michael Card
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Jennifer Hane Kevin Hardy
Heidi Hetrick Katie Hill
Bill Littlefield Bradley Ludwick
Barb Beedle Tim Benedict
Zheryl Ferranto Randy Fill
Shelly Bench Brenda Bimber
Julie Finh Jay Fitch
Jim Gourley Connie Gray
Sueanne Wendy Ruby James
Kilhury Larson Lauffenburger Sean Little Livingston
Leslie R eagle
Ann Nuttal Robby Nuttal
Debbie Oaks Missy
Rob RitchieChris Schutt
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Editor: Kara Nadal Assitant Editor:
Missy Mattison Managing Editor: Sandy Savko Sports Editors:
Renee Dunbar Beth Neal Underclassmen Editors: Barb VanHouten Kim Eckert Typists: Kim Eckert Holly Wilson
Row 1: Kent Carlson, Todd Brown, Sandy Savko, Wendy Peterson, Missy Mattison, Kara Nadal, Vicki Peck Row 2: Robin Morrison, Theresa Kramer, Renae Fitzgerald, Julie Nurtal, Theresa Rutsky, Christi Wilcox, Judy Himes, Joan Staswoiski, Cindy Persing, Cindy Cable, Tracy Johnson, Dana Williams, Amy Putnam, Mike Card Row }: Tonya Conklin, Diane Kelly, Shelly Hedman, Teri Halbig, Debbie Voty, Brenda Beedle, Becky Gourley, Charise Driscoll, Ruth VanOrd, Renee Dunbar, Miss Confer, Beth Neal, Bev Rowley, Linda Walker, Kim Eckert, Joni Frank, Barb VanHouten, Jo Ann Hedstrom, Emily Lauffen-berger,
TI2Editor: Bonnie Derry Reporters: Nancy Swanson Holly Wilson Anna Mae Gray
Assitant Editor: Renae Fitzgerald
Kerry Atkinson Dot Johnson
Sports Editor: Kevin VanHouten
JoAnn Hedstrom Diane Kelly
Typists: Kathleen Keppel Frank Stroker
Lori Schumann Dodi Straight
Brenda Leichtenberger Carrie Pitner
Reporters: Donna Chase Lori Neese
Whanda Chase Linda Swenson
Mary Darby Dawn Hartley
Pegi Filiatrault Faith Gardner
Julie Fill Sue Hamilton
Terri Gibson Tonya Conklin
Cathy Gregory Amy Grover
Missy Higgins Lisa Hagberg
Debbie Jackson Lisa Glotz
Row 1: Missy Higgins, Bonnie Derry, Kerry Atkinson, Lori Schumann. Pegi Filiatrault, Kathy Keppel, Debbie Jackson Row 2: Lori Neese, Julie Fill, Holly Wilson, Wanda Chase, Brenda I.eichtenberger, Cathy Elliott, JoAnn Hedstrom, Terri Gibson, Mary Darby, Hope VanGuilderSR. HIGH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The qualifications to be a member of the Na final Honor Society are that a student must show leadership, service, membership, and scholarship. He or she must be a member of the junior or senior class, must have a four average in all subjects.
The Honor Society provides a tutoring service to any person wishing help. We also have two exchanges with the Honor Societies of other schools. Future Projects consist of an Honor study hall, where any member of the honor society or anyone of the honor roll may go to a specified room. In this room there will be a stereo and students can talk, do homework or whatever they want to do within the rules.
Row 1: Becky Maeder, Jeanne Nystrom, Debbie Burt. Kim Strickland. Maria Greenamyer. Nancy McIntyre Row 2: Lisa Craker. Tammy Frank, Cathy Gregory, Wendy Levison, Karen Carlson. Diane White, Melanie Anderson Row 3 Ben Spicer. Brenda Leichenberger, Chris McKinney, Charlene Wilcox, Linda Bergstrom, Patty Burd, Val Elder. Debby Jackson, Jody Crosby. Sandy Savko Row 4: Frank Stroker, Scott Darling. Karen Rapp. Craig Lassinger. Brian Burt. Mark Daonaldson, Doug Benedict Barry Resh. Tom Homstrom
JR. HIGH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Row I: Cindy Cable, Laurie Young berg, Julie Fill, Bryan Clark, Bobbi Werner, Trudy Peterson, Julie Nuttal, Marcia Robeson, Sue Southwell. Robin Morrison Row 2: Lynne Sumner, Mika Fellows, Lori Neese, Cory Summerson, Steve Landin, Brian Bauer, Jim Stowe. Lisa Courtney, Kim North
Row 1: Kelly Wilcox, Dave Johnson Terry Ewer. Robbie Sechriest, John Kibbey, John Carlson, Jon Scaswoiski, Todd Matthews, Darrin Gregory, Scott Robeson. Tom Giordon Row 2: Mr. Carey, Ted Christensen, Dave Flasher, Jim Reed, Jim Meleen, Jim Rowley, Rick Osborne, Roger VanOrd Doug Ransom, Wayne Carlson, John Nuttal, Randy VanOrd
Row 1: Ramona Lauffenberger, Ben Firth, Mandy Mandy Cable, Melanie Anderson, Dean Wilcox Row 2: Brent Thompson, Vickie Healey, Angie Slater, Greg Thomas, Nancy McIntyre, Rene Driscoll Row 3: Randy Warner. Kevin Hardy, Jim Sherrard, Norman Enos, Lisa Courtney, Kim Strickland, Gary North, Meretta Cable
Row 1: Sandy Rupczyk, Brian Burt, Doug Benedict, Missy Mattison Row 2: Bev Rowley, Lisa Courtney, Sandy Swenson, Juleen Hedlund, Tammy Frank, Wendy Larson, Julie Firth, Karen Carlson, Cathy Perkins, Rene Boheau, Kara Nadal Row }: Sandy Savko, Debbie Butt, Jeanne Nystrom, Diane White, Lynne Sumner, Joanne Goerlich, Mary Darby, Julie Nuttal. Beth Neal Row 4: Greg Thomas, Debbie Voty, Jude Bilafer, Faith Johnson, Barry VanOrd, Denise Cedrone, Maria Greenamyer,Jody Youker, Chris Holt, Amy Matthews, Wendy Wilkins, Row 5. Beth Fleming, Jennifer Donaldson, Shelley Guiley, Heidi Hetrick, Troy Onink, Pennie McMillen, Jodi Territo, Kim Eckert, Teri Halbig, Johna Norton, Deeane Campbell,
Row 1: Kerry Foltz, Bridget VanDorn. Kim Strickland. Pennie McMillen, Linda Bergstrom, Anita Hill, Carol Wilson, Katie Hill, Kim Rodgers, Dale McMillen, Jennifer Donaldson, Sally Larson, Jody Crosby, Vickie Peck, Row 2: Ed Lord, Chris Wynkop Annette Bergstrom, Mandy Cable, Randy Wagner, Barb VanHouten, Holly Wison, Kim Eckert, Sue Perkins, Kenny Williams, Charise Driscoll, Michele Thompson, Cindy Marsh, Karen Rapp Row ): Ramona Lauffen-berger, Connie VanOrd, Jim Curtis, Jim Stowe, Missy Hill, Beth Neal, Miss Fraley, Ben Spicer, Rene Bobeau, Cathy Perkins, Tammy Jones. Jeanne Nystrom, Kevin Cable, Jennifer Marquis, Tim Passinger, Wendy Wilkins, Nancy Biekarck, Carrie Pitner. Lorena Rickerson, Jennifer Hane. Jody Youker, Barry Resh, Chris Stroker, Karen CarlsonA.V.
Dean Benedict Terry Anthony
Row I: Jim Hamilton, Diane White Row 2: R. J. Williams, Doug Clark, Pam Carlstrom, Karen Schenck, Jill Christensen Row 3: Sherri Sherrard, Sue Flasher, Lori Schumann, Tracy Smeluer, Michelle Bailey.
Mrs. McFate R.N.
Sally Larson Jodi Territo
Row 1: Pegi Filiatrault. Kathleen Keppel. Kerry Atkinson Row 2: Carol Wilson, April Embrey, Tammy Frank, Robin Gardner, Mclia Lltegg, Denise Cedrone, Mary Darby
Seated: Kim Eckert, Carrie Pitner Standing: Vickie Healey Renee Dunbar, Lori Neese, Debbie Stanko, Con -nie Wrobliski, Melia Utegg, Brenda Leichtenberger, Robin Gardner, Brenda Smith
Cathy Perkins- V. President Sandy Savko- President Renea Bobeau-Secretary Dave Ristau- Treasurer
Jeanne Nystrom- Secretary Lisa Craker- President Holly Wilson- Treasurer Diane White- V. President
Lori Bortz- Secretary Mark Benedict- President Joanne Goerlich- V. President Ruth VanOrd- Treasurer
Jude Bilafer - V. President BJ.Irwin- Treasurer Beth Neal- President Lisa Courtney- Secretary
Row 1: Karen Carlson, Debbie Jack-son, Mary Schmidt, Steve Schnars Row 2: Chris Springer, Cathy Perkins, Dave Ristau
LIBRAR Y AIDES
Row 1: Julie Battko, Paula Nichols, Terri Slater, Beth Knisley, Candy Vin -apol, Craig Repine, Julie Fill, Julie Hockinson, Kim Rodgers Row 2: Connie VanOrd, Charise Driscoll, Chris Anderson, Anne Sherman, Terri Smith, Tammy Parker, Missy Morellis, Tammy Wilson, Carrie Hamilton, Val Elder, Miss Reese, Kim North
Jeanne Nystrom Lane Morrison
Lori Bom Ted Johnson
Debbie Voty Jim O'Donnell
Mona Hanson Dale Morgan
Maria Greenamyer Scott Morningstar
123EISENHOWER THEATRE ARTS PRESENTS
"The Oblong Circle" November, 1979
"Get Smart" Spring, 1976
"Godspell" February, 1980
"Harvey" November, 1978
"Cheaper by the Dozen November, 1976
126The musical "Daniel Boone " was performed on May 14, 1981. The play took place within the framework of a court-martial. Boone had been charged with treason by a land speculator named Calloway. The reason for this charge and the counter-arguments of his followers were heard in the dramatic opening, "Do You Know Your Daniel Boone?"
In flashback sequences the audience saw Boone and Black Fish, chief of the Shawnee, develop a deep friendship as they led the settlers into a new land, Kentucky. But then, having settled it, the whites broke their land agreement and war ensued. Boone was caught in the middle and had to decide with whom to side, bringing the powerful drama to an exciting conclusion.
CAST OF WIZARD OF OZ
Mime 1: Missy Hill Mime 2: Anitia Hill Munchkins: Katie Hill Jennifer Donaldson Chris Wynkop Pennie McMillen
Dorothy-.Karen Rapp Scarecrow: Jim Stowe Tin Woodsman: Jennifer Marquis Oz: Barry Resh Lion: Ben Spicer
Glinda the Good Witch: Bridget VanDorn Wicked Witch: Mona Lauffenberger Auntie Em: Carol Wilson Lady on the Throne: Sally Larson
Cartoon Characters: Sally Larson, Dawn Williams, Kenny Williams, Emily Lauffenberger
Monkeys: Rollie VanDorn Norman EnosEISENHOWER
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G gory Rob Stamon Ben J nd rgscrom, Lassinger, Tom Homstrom ° °ar c
Zen,dy Hinson v‘cki BurchFIELD
Becky Maeder Melanie Anderson
Row 1: Tammy Frank, Crystal Clark, Shelly Wilson, Holly Wilson, Kim North Row 2: Kim Strickland. Patty Burd, Ruth VanOrd, Diane White Row ): Linda Bergstrom, Cindy VanOrd, Valerie Elder, Nancy McIntyre, Karen Rapp, Row 4: Charles Riquer, Cathy Gregory, Ben Spicer, Frank Stroker, Rob Larson Row 5: Rob Stanton, Jordan Maeder, Brian Bauer, Craig Las-singer, Scott DarlingRIFLES
Shelley Wilson Misti Straight Theresa Fisher Dodi Straight
Row 1: Scott Brown, Jordan Maeder Kim North, Mike Card, Gary North, Connie Fisher, Rob Larson Row 2: Jay Shaffer, Tammy Frank, Brian Bauer, John Nuttal, Melanie Anderson, Lisa Courtney, Linda White
Shelly Wilson Crystal Clark
First Row: Deanna Chase, Jane Thompson, Deanna Maurice Second Row: Shelley Wilson, Misti Straight, Tracy Fisher, Dodi Straight Third Row: Carrie Pitner, Kim Homstrom Fourth Row: Renee Maurice, Julie Fill Fifth Row: Deleen Farnam, Holly Wilson, Sixth Row: Michelle Thompson, Dot Johnson, Bev Rowley, Anna Mae Gray, Lori Neese, Vicki Healey, Crystal Clark
First Row: Becky Maeder, Vicki Burch, Wendy Levinson, Mel Anderson Second Row: Crystal Clark, Tom Homstrom, Chris Stroker, Cindy Van -Ord, Nancy McIntyre, Shelly Wilson Third Row: Linda White, John Nuttal, Scott Darling, Ben Spicer
133Cindy VanOrd, Wendy Leveinson Linda Bergstrom Michelle Thompson Patty Burd
Linda Bergstrom, Cindy VanOrd Melanie Anderson, Kim Strickland
BANDSTAGE BAND I
Sandy Rupczyk, Lurry Reagle, Craig Lassinger, Row 2: Mandy Cable, Scott Darling, Chris Stroker, Doug Coldiron, Wendy Wilkins, Charlene Wilcox, Heather Legere, Sara Legere Row 3: Kim Strickland, John Nuttal, Mel Anderson, Brian Bauer, Frank Stroker, Rob Stanton, Alan Merkle, Lori Brooker, Linda Bergstrom. Karen Rapp. Nancy McIntyre
STAGE BAND II
Row I: Scott Marine, Mart Carter, Lance Healey, Lori Brooker Row 2: Leslie Reagle, Michelle Thompson, Stacie Carlson, Becky Barrett. Pam Thelin Row 3: Todd Swanson, Heidi Stroker, Wendy Wilkins. Lisa Courtney, Scott Brown, Darrin Schott, Pennie McMillen, Sara Legere, Alan Merkle, Mererta Calble. Mandy Cable, Ruth VanOrd, Bobby Hiles, Mike Stanton
Jim Keller, Rena Cable, Debbie Bensch, Shelly Bentsch, Amy Quig-gle, Holly Wilson, Anita Hill, Carrie Pitner Mary Pasquente Row 2: Dean Benedict, Jamie Stuan, Brian Hall
Row 1: Amy Donaldson, Ann Nutral, Missy Passinger Row 2: Faye Sherwood. Jeanne Strand, Sue Carlstrom, Heidi Stroker, Rett a Ca ■ ble, Annette Bergstrom Row 3: Tonya Conklin, Barb Merritt, Liu Hag berg, Kim Johnson, Jill Swanson. Ruby Lauffenberger Row 4: Mike Stanton. Jim Nelson, Billy Littlefield. Dale McMillen, Matt Carter. Scott Marine, Robbie Swanson. Stacie Carlson, Pam Thelin Row 5: Scott Brown, Jordan Maeder. Connie Fisher, Gary North, Don Nichols. Mike Card. Lance Healey, Shelley Bertsch, Bobby Hiles, Leslie Reagle, Todd Swanson, Becky Barrett
Row 1: Becky Barrett, Jim Nelson, Faye Sherwood Row 2: Jeanne Strand, Pam Thelin
The senior choir consists of students from grades 10-12, and meet every fifth period. Performances include a Christmas concert, a spring concert, the variety show, Baccalaureate, an appearance at Christmastime on WICU-TV, and choir ex-changes with other high schools. Also, from this choral group, students are selected to attend county, district, regional, and stare choruses. Through this vocal medium, musical abilities are developed and exhibited and a "family" unity is created as students sing and perform together to entertain others.
Row l: C. Wilcox, T. Slater. M. Mor-elli A. Quiggle, J. Daugharthy, S. Southwell, T. Chase. L. Healey, T. Fowler, J. Hane, B. Irwin, K. Hardy Row 2: Y. Burrows, C. Wynkop, T. Rutsky, B. Fleming, T. Anthony, C. Wrobleski.J. Donaldson, D. Me MU-len, D. Osborne, P. Foxx, T. Frank, C. Anderson, T. Smith, Miss Reitz Row 3: J. Battko, T. Barrko, B. Orcutt, A. Putnam, K. Foltz, C. Persing, S. Gui-ley, N. Saylor, M. Wilcox, J. Williams, N. Enos, T. Chase, J. Hunt.J. Sherrard Row 4: H. Hetrick. S. Peck, M. Straight, S. Swenson, J. Strand. M. Carlson, S. Jones, C. Hamilton, T. Pas-singer, R. Driscoll, J. Beck. J. Stuart, R. Warner, B. Neal
L. Schumann, C. Gregory. K. Keppel, M. Greenamyer, B. Werner, C. Pirner, M. Cable. L. Bergstrom, Miss Reitz Row 2: B. Dans, H. Bortz. K Rapp, H. Wilson, M. Hill. D. Wright, M. Donaldson, J. Stowe, T. Jones. K. Rodgers Row I: B. Leichenberger, C. Flliort, C. Smith, T. Fisher, P. McMiUen. T. Onink, B. Spicer. J. Cunis, K. Schenck, W. Wilkins. A. Hill. R. Lauffenburger. Row 4: S. Peterson. C. McKinney, L. Craker, J. Collins, P. Carlstrom, K. F.cken. K. Cable, £ Manin, M. Anderson, N. McIntyre, C. VanOrd. Row 5: D. Cedrone, D. White. D. Staight, F. Johnson, C. VanOrd, C. Lassinger, T. Hornstrom, C. Clark, J. Marquis, W. Chase, V. Anderson, S. Flasher. T. Smelrzer,
The Intermediate choir consists of students in grades eighth and ninth. They meet every sixth period. The choir gives two performances a year, one at Christmas and one in the spring.
138SEVENTH GRADE CHOIR
Row I: R. VanDorn, B. Marquis, G. Thomas, J. Hedlund, S. Wilcox, A. Swanson, L. Slagle, K. Gray, R. Wolfe, J. Kenney, Miss Reitz Row 2: R. Lauffenberger, J. Putnam, I. Rea-gle, A Slater, K. Van Houten, M. Carter, D. Oaks, K. Dies. D. Morton, R. Abbott Row }: P. Feeney, M. Trumball, L. Johnson, P. Perkins, J. Hu It man, J. Firth, R. Lyons, T. Ross, P.Pulsney, L. Byerly, H. Concoby, R. VanOrd. L. DeVore Row 4: J. Schumann. R. Ritchie, A Grover, W Larson, A. Nutt all, C. Hayes, K. Zam-borik, S. Smeltzer, C. Waite, B. Bimber, M. Passinger, B. Borton, T. Anderson, L. Hagberg
The seventh grade choir is a new choral group this year. They meet second period, three times a week. The choir performs twice a year, once at Christmas and once in the spring.
Row I: Karen Rapp. Cathy Gregory Bobbi Werner. Dave Wright, Lisa Craker, Crystal Clark Row 2: Ben Firth, Jennifer Marquis Craig l.as-singer.Jim Stowe. Ben Spicer
The pop choir is a small ensemble of students from Senior choir selected by audition. This group meets twice a week before school. They perform in concerts, in the variety show, and for schools, banquets, and other various events.
Maria Greenamyer, Cathy Gregory, Ben Spicer, Chris McKinney, Crystal Oark, Kathleen Keppel
Christi Wilcox, Jennifer Donaldson, Katie Hill, Heidi Hetrick. B.J. Irwin, Norman Enos, Jennifer Hane
SEVENTH GRADE CHOIR OFFICERS
Debbie Oaks, Anne Nuttal
Row 1: Lori Schumann, Kathleen Kep-pel, Todd Onink, Mark Donaldson, Maria Greenamyer, Linda Bergstrom Row 2: Cathy Gregory, Sherry Peterson, Chris McKinney, Craig Lassinger, Ben Spicer, Tammy Jones Row 3: Karen Rapp, Cindy VanOrd, Eugene Martin, Crystal Clark, Tom Hornstrom
Row 1: Julie Hedlund, Greg Thomas Row 2: Ann Nuttal, B.J. Irwin, Christy Wilcox, Jennifer Donaldson, Sue South-well Row 3: Kerry Foltz, Missy Passinger, Dale McMullen
Dreamers is a select ensemble consisting of students in grades 7-9-The group rehearses once a week before school. They perform in concerts, in the variety show, and for other schools and organizations.
Craig Lassinger, Jennifer Marquis,
Maria Greenamyer, Ben Spicer, Ben Firth
REGIONAL CHOR US
Craig Lassinger, Maria Greenamyer, Ben SpicerFOREIGN LANGUAGE DAY
German II with the skit "Kutshcke's Angels"
142Spanish II - Tango
Spanish class breaking the Pinata
German ■ "Sesame Street"
Spanish III "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer:" Skit
143146■ 3 •
147Row 1: G. McConnell. D. Benedict, T. Onink, B. VanOrd, B. Butt, E. Martin. C. Holt, C. Youngberg, L. Rodgers, M. Benedict Row 2: R. Wilkins, B. Kramer, J. Wilson, R. Osborne, D. Sager, B. Firth, S. Kibbey, R. Daugharthy, c. Bailey, Row }:J. Wilkins, R. VanHouten, D. Wright. B. Carlson, S. Williams, K. Abbott, R. Miller, L. Red, D. Bauer, R. Bakewell S. VanOrd, Row 4: R. Bakewell, S. Robeson, M. Chase, M. Fellews. C. Summerson, D. Zamboric, D. Nystrom, D. Spittler, K. Moon
1980 FOOTBALL KNLGHTS
The 1980 Football Knights were 7-1-1. They were second in the Al-Kin league. The seniors on the team won 22 of 27 games over three years.
Self Discipline, Unity, and hard work were the keys to a successful season. The team captains were: Todd Onink, Eugene Martin, Barry VanOrd, and Brian Burt.
1980 Football Knights
19 v.c.c. 0
21 Otto Eldred 0
14 Ridgeway 24
9 Youngsville 8
8 Johnsonburg 6
7 Bradford 6
13 Sheffield 12
6 Kane 6
44 Union City 6
The team was coached by Jim Wilkins. Assistant Coaches were Ernie Carlson, Dave Tannler, Keith White, Gary Fry, and Ken Bakewell.
Row 1: Barry VanOrd, Todd Onink Row 2: Brian Butt, Eugene Martin
THIRD YEAR LETTER -MEN
Row 1: Doug Benedict, Eugene Martin, Craig Young-berg Row 2: Todd Onink, Barry VanOrd, Brian Burt
Row 1: Eugene Martin. Craig Youngberg, Brian Butt, Barry VanOrd, Todd Onink, Chris Holt. Doug Benedict. Kevin Abbott, Bill Kramer, Larry Rogers, Mark Benedict
LINEBACKERS AND ENDS
Row 1: Randy Daugharthy, Ralph Miller, Dan Neal, Cory Summerson, Ken Moon, Chris Holt, Brian Butt Row 2: Scott Williams, Scott Robeson, Brad Carlson. Steve VanOrd, Doug Benedict, Dave Wright
Row 1: Mika Fellows, Lenny Riel, Eugene Martin, Craig Youngberg, Ben Firth, Larry Rogers Row 2: Jamie Wilson, Carl Bailey, Dana Spirt ter, Mike Chase. Rick Osborne. Rich Bakewell
Row I: J. Steuart, D. McAfoose, B. Haner, L. Pitner, T. Anthony M. Trumble, R. Ritchie Row 2: J. Carlson, J. Bom, R. Bakewell, B. Marsh, M. Darby, B. Ludwick Row 3: T. Onink, T. Knapp. J. Bilafore, D. Sterling. B. Elder, M. Concoby, B. Thompson, J. Phillips, T. Hazeltine, B. Larson
152153BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Row 1: Doug Benedict. Dave Wright. Scott Williams, R.J. Williams Row 2: Dave Ristau. Scott Dahl. Barry Lundmark. Jerry Suppa. Steve Schnars. Rich VanHouten. Scott Darling, Doug Hedman, Robert Stanton, Coach-Mr. Brunecz
The Knights Basketball team was faced with a rebuilding season. The team was decimated by the loss of 9 graduating members of the SO squad and only Steve Schnars returned from that ream. Short on experience, the team has been working to develop maturity and experience in its younger members. The future holds bright-as 5 underclassmen will letter.
Row 1: Bryan Clark, Dan Zamborik, Mark Benedict, Kevin Abbott. Ray Harris, Scott Darling, Dana Rickerson, Dana Spittler, Cory Summerson, Dave Wright
JR. HI. BASKETBALL
Row 1: Mr. Wilson, Gary North, Donald Robeson, Mike Cronmiller, Terry Kuntz, Jerry Carlson, Dean Benedict Row 2: Jamie Stuart. Henry Borger. Rich Gray, Brian Marsh, Jude Bilafer Row 3: Kevin Eckert, Terry Gray, Dave Smith, Dave Sterling, Roger Sherwood7TH grade basketball
Row 1: Lyle Pitner. Greg Thompson, Scon Irwin, Par Feeny, Man Caner, Kevin Reddinger Row 2: Clark Waite, Tim Gourley, Brian Gem, Wayne Marino, Mark CronmillerJim Hedstrom Row 3: Rob Ritchie, Mike Kelly, Randy Fill, Kevin Jones, John Downs
Row 1: Bobbi Werner, Renee Dunbar, Barb VanHouten, Sue Perkins, Pennie McMillen, Tracy Fischer Row 2: Ruth VanOrd. Shelly FLedman, Teri Halibig, Kim Eckert
156VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL
Sandy Rupczyk Lynne Sumner
Denise FllisTV. GIRLS BASKETBALL
Row 1: Shelly Hedman, Julie Nuttall, Dawn Williams, Faye Sherwood. Row 2: Robin Philblad, B.J. Irwin Row )'■ Lori Brect.Johna Norton, Debbie Voty, Party Campbell, Chris Casteel, Beth Youker, Lorena Rickerson, Nancy Biekark
STATISTICIAN AND S
Row 4: Tracy Custer, Lisa Spelling
Row 1: Sean Feeny, Mark Donaldson, Paul Kemmery, Ken Moon, Jim Hornstrom, Terry Anthony Row 2:John Morton, Dave Baran, Craig Youngberg, Doug Sager, Brian Butt, Eugene Martin, Barry VanOrd
Brian Butt Barry VanOrd Mark Donaldson
Row 1: John Morton, Sean Feeny, Dave Baran, Barry VanOrd, Brian Butt, Mark Donaldson, Eugene Martin, Craig Youngberg
Row 1: Randy Spicer, Jon Phillips, Ralph Miller, Scon Kibbey.Jim Keller, Scon Slagle, Row 2: Gail Collins, Steve Holt, Al Deremer, Ted Johnson, Mika Fellows, Brad Carlson
JR. HIGH WRESTLERS
Row 1: Rory Wilkins, Ray Bakewell, Greg Barnett, Mike Card, Mike Prowin, Dan McAfoose, Greg Hitchcock Row 2:Jim Riel, David Bonz, Scott Morine, Lance Healy, Mike Darby, Dean Morningstar Row 3: John Bom, Jim Nelson, Larry Mam'n, Troy Onink
Row 1: Vicki Burch, Wendy Peterson, Shelley Wilson, Ellen Ellis Cathy Gregory, Sherry Peterson, Kathleen Kepple, Debbie Jackson, Deanna Chase Row 2: Heidi Stroker, Jeanne Strand, Becky Maeder, Tammy Frank, Wendy Larson Tracy Frank, Rhonda Lyons, Linda Swenson, Lisa Hagberg Row 3: Raye Abbott, Kim Johnson, Karen Schenk, Jackie Kenney, Becky Devore, Valerie Rutsky, Karen Zamborik Row 4: Beth Fleming, Heather Concoby, Karen Longenecker, Cindy Devore, Sara Dyer, Lynette Johnson, Julie Firth, Rhonda Rutsky Row 5: Carrie Wrobleski, Lisa Devore, Dee Dee Johnson, Cris Stroker, Brenda Leichten-berger, Lisa Schenk, Ronda Sechriest Row 6: Teri Brown, Renae Fitzgerald, Dana Wiliams, Kim Eckert, Teri Halibig, Becky Gourley, Brenda Beedle
Row 1: Kenny Williams, Lyle Pitner, Kevin Hardy, Clark Waite, Mike Kelly, Tim Gourley, Jim Hedstrom, Scott Irwin Row 2: MikeJackson, Jeff Johnson, Jamie Stuart, Ray Blackwell, Frank Concoby, Randy Warner, Brian Clark. Row 3: Bobby Switzer, Brad Carlson, Cory Summerson. Dave Wright, Dan Zamborik. Jim Glotz Row 4: Dave Baran, Dave Ristau, Scott Williams, RJ. Williams, Jerry Suppa, Doug Clark Row 3: Steve Schnars
166Row I: Jody Youker, Cris Stroker, Row 2: Kim Eckert, Denise Ellis, Lynne Sumner, Lisa Schenk Row 3: Vicki Anderson, Renee Bobeau, Ellen Ellis, Melanie Anderson Row 4: Lisa Spelling, Karen Longenecker, Shelley Wilson, Row 5: Linda Brooker, Kim Anderson, Coach-Mr. Black, Penney Kohler, Denise Cedrone, Diane White, Wendy Peterson
Row 1: Rhonda O'Donnell, Faith Johnson Row 2: Coach Mr. Firth, Teri Gibson, Jill Williams, Julie Hockinson, Lon Neese, Melanie Anderson, Vicki Healy Row 3: Lynne Sumner, Joni Frank, Debbie Butt, Trudy Peterson, JoAnn Hedstrom Denise Ellis, Chris McKinney, Karen Longenecker, Lisa Craker, Lisa Schenk, Vicki Anderson Row 4: Dawn Williams, Jody Youker, Jeanne Nystrom, Julie Fill, Pennie McMillen, Kim Eckert, Barb VanHouten, Ellen Ellis, Icey Eddy, Wendy Wilkins, Tammy FrankGIRLS TRACK
Row 1: Jody Youker, Lynne Sumner, Sara Dyer Row 2: Robin Philblad, Coach-Mr. Hoffman, Barb VanHouten, Sue Perkins, Vicki Anderson, Fawn Kibbey, Linda White, Denise Ellis, Cris Stroker, Lisa Schenk Row 3: Pennie McMiUen, Kim Eckert, Pam Carlstrom, Jeni Collins, Renee Bodeau
Row 1: Sandy Savko Row 2: Rhonda O'Donnell, Misty Rodencal, Cathy Perkins, Lori Bom, JoAnn Goerlich Row 3: Maria Greenamyer, Amy Matthews, Pam Carlstrom
169Row 1: Jeanne Nystrom, Maria Greenamyer, Denise Cedrone, Diane White Row 2: Missy Mattison Row 3: Lynne Sumner, Debbie Butt, Lisa Craker Row 4: Sandy Rupczyk Row 5; Amy Matthews
Wilson, Dawn Williams, Misty Rodencal
170Row I: Cathy Perkins, Sandy Savko, Rhonda O'Donnell, Amy Matthews, Missy Matrison, Misty Rodencal, Maria Greenamyer
Row 1: Marianne Curtis Row 2: Wendy Jordan, Theresa Kramer Row Dana Williams, Heidi Hetrick, Julie Beck, Emily Lauffenburger Row 4: Shelly Guiley
171J.V. BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS
Row 1: Wendy Jordan Row 2: Julie Beck, Johna Norton, Patty Campbell Row 3: Dana Williams, Heidi Hetrick, Beth Youker, BJ. Irwin, Marianne CurtisCANDIDS
Don t get excited now coach!!
You've done it now !Which way did he go !
Another one bites the dust!!!!!
175Super psyched SENIORS!!!!! - WtUtHll l«W to rue
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Boy was that good!Would someone get him off me !?
178Lee's see now, that’s S3,577.83 . . .REMEMBER WHEN
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Sandy was chosen by her classmates as most outstanding senior. She has been very active while a student at Eisenhower. She has been a class officer, representative in student council, a member of the yearbook staff, yearbook copy editor, a cheerleader and has been involved in various other areas. She was also chosen as student of the month by the newspaper staff.
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